Member Page: Todd Hildebrandt
Member ID: T HildeStatus: Free Member
Faribault, MN, USA
Member Since: 2014-03-17
Home Site: The CycleKart Club
Last Login: 2018-04-15 07:38
Forum Activity: 2018-04-15 07:38
Forum Posts: 172
I am a college custodian and an old truck builder (49 chevy & 46 dodge). Vehicles are getting to be too big a project anymore. These look like they'll fit my tinkering ways. Just found 4 wheels (that's the hard part, right?) and got springs here last year.
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2016 CycleKart Stevenson
Member Journal – Todd Hildebrandt's Journal
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Posted on: Friday June 26, 2015
Dad gave me a gas tank from a WD tractor. It matches the hood and grille I am using. Tonight I got it mounted in place. It has the boat tail look without completely covering and causing heat issues (I think).
Posted on: Saturday June 6, 2015
Had to re make the go pedal. I made the frame narrower than I first intended and the other wouldn't fit. So like I have done before, I ripped off Dennis. The stud on the carb was his too as the predator unit didn't look stout enough for me. Found out I can't drill a grade 5 bolt but a grade 2 worked. I may have got a bad nyloc nut and used thread locker on the motor linkage. To be clear, only on the first nut to secure the stud loosely on the arm.
Posted on: Monday May 25, 2015
Had some other projects creep into the picture and slow to post an update. Picked up some 3/8" rod and a yoke a couple weeks back. Threaded end and put a jamb nut on. Did more welding on the front axle. Needs some grinding and fish plates and caps. Picked up a seat for a John Deere gator, just fits between the frame rails. Welded the cross bracing in the rear, the brake mount and the motor plate.
Posted on: Sunday May 10, 2015
OK, can't leave well enough alone and made an upgrade. The bolt wasn't going to be long enough and I made this solution. A piece of all thread and a coupling nut. I turned down and knurled half of the coupling nut. Next ran the coupling nut up the all thread with a normal nut. Twist the all thread in to the bracket moving the motor to the rear. Turn the coupling nut down to 1/8" from the bracket and tighten the normal nut behind it. Take the adjusting bolt back out and drill through the middle o...
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